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Risk of getting infected by licking a vagina
Aug 29, 2013

About a week ago, I had licked vagina of prostitute for about a minute and it was unprotected (I am not sure whether vaginal fluid was present or not while licking her vagina, it might not had been present but not sure), and after that she had sucked my penis about 3-4 times with condom on my penis. I didnt had sex with a prostitute though.

I dint remember I had any cut in my mouth during this time. Although i had to brushed my teeth 30-40 mins after this incident, as after licking her vagina it smelt bad.

During the week after this incident, I feel a little sick with a sore throat.

I am really worried about the risk of i getting infected with HIV.

can you please clarify on my situation and sugget me what should i do ? I am really worried. I should not have done this.

Thank you !!

Response from Mr. Cordova

Hi there,

HIV is not readily transmitted via oral sex. The risk of HIV transmission in this case was extremely unlikely. Other STD's can be transmitted via oral sex. If your sore throat gets worse then I would suggest a visit to your doctor. They can do a throat swab to check for Chlamydia or Gonorrhea.

In health,

Richard



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